The San Francisco 49ers are the favorites and the Baltimore Ravens are the underdogs on the Super Bowl betting odds with that title game set for Sunday, February 3 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans. Here's everything you need to know to bet on the Super Bowl.
The opening Super Bowl line at sportsbooks like 5Dimes was San Francisco -4 with a moneyline of -180; that put Baltimore at +4 with a moneyline of +160. The total for the contest opened at 48.5 points, but came down to 47.5 points over the first 24 hours.
The writers and handicappers at OddsShark will be providing bettors with everything they need to wager on the Super Bowl once again this year, with new links and articles being added to this Super Bowl betting page right up until kickoff in New Orleans on February 3.
What you need to know
Can Ray Lewis of the Baltimore Ravens win the Super Bowl MVP award for a second time? Check out the Super Bowl MVP odds and see the list of past winners.
More and more Super Bowl prop bets are offered every year at the online sportsbooks, from the coin toss to the length of the national anthem to who will score the first TD.
Here's a link to a cool Super Bowl contest - and it's free for you to enter.
Super Bowl game preview with betting trends for the Ravens and Niners.
Super Bowl matchup report with the latest odds for the title game.
And watch this space for more Super Bowl betting information over the next two weeks.
You’ve seen the previews and heard the hype, now here is what really matters if you want to bet on the Super Bowl Sunday.
The New York Giants are underdogs and if you want to bet on New York, the best line as of Sunday morning is at at +3, -115.
The New England Patriots are favored and if you want to bet on New England, the best line as of Sunday morning is at BetOnline at -2.5, -115 (although if you prefer 5Dimes for their bonus offers, the line is -2.5, -117).
The total has been bet down from 55.5 to 54 (the best OVER line is at ) and the best UNDER line of 54.5, -109 was at 5Dimes this morning).
As you can imagine, the writers and handicappers here at OddsShark.com have been busy for weeks digging out the best value, sharpest trends and coolest props. With so many articles and great tips, we wanted to get it all on one page for our readers . . .
Tom Brady is the favorite to be named Super Bowl MVP, an award he has won twice before. But two other previous winners are on the Super Bowl MVP odds list and this article fleshes it out.
There are about 5 million prop bets available, ranging from the coin toss to national anthem to stats-based props like Brady passing yards, Gronkowski catches etc. Read more here.
We also offer some picks on Super Bowl props we feel are solid bets.
Article on New England Patriots props
Article on New York Giants props
Article on why the Giants can win the Super Bowl
Article on why the Patriots can win the Super Bowl
Link to cool Super Bowl Contest with $3,500 in prizes
Article on how God came to be an underdog in Super Bowl betting